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By Joan Mellen and Joan Mellen,Special to the Sun | August 25, 1996
"James Stewart: A Biography," by Donald Dewey. Turner Publishing. 521 pages, $24.95.On screen James Stewart played anybody's son. He was the vulnerable, unthreatening hero, kind-hearted and plain-talking, a voice of reason and common sense. His performances were characterized by a monologue he spoke in a slow drawl, every sound scrupulously enunciated, evoking the small town of Indiana, Pa, where he was born. Stewart created a stereotype of the quintessential American, nowhere better than in Frank Capra's "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" (1939)
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July 18, 2012
Two days after losing to North St. John's, 58-23, Forest Hill defeated Five Oaks, 49-37. Forest Hill results: Five Oaks meet: 6-UB: 1. Patrick Conron, 29.40; 2. Stephen Brunner, 22.80. 8-UB: 1. Christopher Ward, 55.30; 2. Ryan Stewart, 51.30; 5. Jake Smith, 42.70; 7. Eric Bennett, 36.40. 9-10G: 2. Kelsey Crane, 72.15 (Q); 3. Amanda Federline, 71.30. 9-10B: 1. Jeff Brunner, 79.95 (Q); 2. Cody Blessing, 64.35; 3. Matt Wills, 60.50; 4. Michael Conron, 56.60; 5. Will Kelley, 50.20; 6. Kit Wise, 44.70.
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July 18, 2012
Two days after losing to North St. John's, 58-23, Forest Hill defeated Five Oaks, 49-37. Forest Hill results: Five Oaks meet: 6-UB: 1. Patrick Conron, 29.40; 2. Stephen Brunner, 22.80. 8-UB: 1. Christopher Ward, 55.30; 2. Ryan Stewart, 51.30; 5. Jake Smith, 42.70; 7. Eric Bennett, 36.40. 9-10G: 2. Kelsey Crane, 72.15 (Q); 3. Amanda Federline, 71.30. 9-10B: 1. Jeff Brunner, 79.95 (Q); 2. Cody Blessing, 64.35; 3. Matt Wills, 60.50; 4. Michael Conron, 56.60; 5. Will Kelley, 50.20; 6. Kit Wise, 44.70.
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By Joan Mellen and Joan Mellen,Special to the Sun | August 25, 1996
"James Stewart: A Biography," by Donald Dewey. Turner Publishing. 521 pages, $24.95.On screen James Stewart played anybody's son. He was the vulnerable, unthreatening hero, kind-hearted and plain-talking, a voice of reason and common sense. His performances were characterized by a monologue he spoke in a slow drawl, every sound scrupulously enunciated, evoking the small town of Indiana, Pa, where he was born. Stewart created a stereotype of the quintessential American, nowhere better than in Frank Capra's "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" (1939)
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By Phil Jackman | December 7, 1990
The TV repairman:CAN YOU BELIEVE the advertisements Home Box Office has been running to hype tomorrow's fight (10 p.m.) between Mike Tyson and Alex Stewart? The premium cable usually takes the high road, but this time HBO is pushing Tyson as some sort of Predator III, ending the spot with the suggestion, "Pray for Alex Stewart." Better we should pray for HBO, so sick is the approach.Going along with the theme obviously stolen from pro wrassling, Tyson's contribution to the bloodlust is the decree, "If I don't kill Stewart, it doesn't count."
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February 1, 1992
Bonds, Pirates agree to $4.7 million dealBarry Bonds and the Pittsburgh Pirates agreed yesterday to a $4.7 million, one-year contract and left open the question of whether the outfielder will file for free agency after the season.Bonds, who had lost in salary arbitration the last two years, got the highest one-year deal in baseball history, topping Cecil Fielder's $4.5 million deal with the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday.Bonds is seeking to top the $29 million, five-year contract that Bobby Bonilla got when he left the Pirates last fall to sign with the New York Mets.
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March 26, 1992
George Foreman may be going to Washington in his campaign to become heavyweight champion of the world, although it wouldn't hurt any run for the presidency of the United States.Big George -- and even in Washington his stature would make him the Biggest George -- has been invited to RFK Stadium to fight Riddick Bowe in July, the New York Daily News reported."It could be a bigger fight than Evander Holyfield and Larry Holmes," Bowe's manager, Rock Newman, said yesterday at a news conference at Sports on Broadway to announce Bobby Czyz' WBA cruiserweight defense against Donny Lalonde on May 8 in Las Vegas.
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By Anita Gold and Anita Gold,Chicago Tribune | December 29, 1991
Collectors of calendars (as well as anyone else who has a passion for the past) will fall in love with the 1992 American Album calendar of nostalgia and intriguing trivia, which contains 12 reproductions of sepia-colored 6 1/2 -by-9 1/2 -inch charming photos with sharp details.The photos picture and describe everything from an old general store to colorful carnival Indians featuring Chief Swimming Eel to famous folks including Babe Ruth and Harry Truman. The calendar also contains printed historical information for each day.The American Album calendar is available for $12 postpaid from Tom Boyle (to whom checks should be made)
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July 28, 2011
On July 21, the Forest Hill Swim & Tennis Club dive team's opponent had to forfeit. The team did dive, however, so that the individual divers could continue to earn qualifying scores for the upcoming Central Maryland Dive League Championship meet on July 31. Those earning qualifying scores were Michael Conron, Kelsey Crane, Amanda Federline, Haley Crane, Ian Halk, Philip Drohat, Chris Canipe, Alex Stewart, Ted Kugiowski and TJ Gresham. Results: 6-UG: Maya Proper, 30.90.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 16, 2004
The Maryland women basketball team scored just four points in the final five minutes and fell to Atlantic Coast Conference rival Georgia Tech, 58-57, yesterday in Atlanta. Fallon Stokes hit three jumpers for the Yellow Jackets (13-11, 4-8 ACC) in the final minutes, including the go-ahead score with 58 seconds left. Alex Stewart extended Georgia Tech's lead to three by hitting two free throws with 24 seconds remaining. The Terrapins (15-9, 7-6) failed to draw even in the final seconds, getting just a layup by Delvona Oliver as time expired.
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February 1, 1992
Bonds, Pirates agree to $4.7 million dealBarry Bonds and the Pittsburgh Pirates agreed yesterday to a $4.7 million, one-year contract and left open the question of whether the outfielder will file for free agency after the season.Bonds, who had lost in salary arbitration the last two years, got the highest one-year deal in baseball history, topping Cecil Fielder's $4.5 million deal with the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday.Bonds is seeking to top the $29 million, five-year contract that Bobby Bonilla got when he left the Pirates last fall to sign with the New York Mets.
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By Phil Jackman | December 7, 1990
The TV repairman:CAN YOU BELIEVE the advertisements Home Box Office has been running to hype tomorrow's fight (10 p.m.) between Mike Tyson and Alex Stewart? The premium cable usually takes the high road, but this time HBO is pushing Tyson as some sort of Predator III, ending the spot with the suggestion, "Pray for Alex Stewart." Better we should pray for HBO, so sick is the approach.Going along with the theme obviously stolen from pro wrassling, Tyson's contribution to the bloodlust is the decree, "If I don't kill Stewart, it doesn't count."
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By Earl Gutskey and Earl Gutskey,Los Angeles Times | October 29, 1990
Don King, promoter of former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, said that there will be no Buster Douglas-Tyson rematch."Absolutely not," King said, commenting on Douglas' loss of the heavyweight title to Evander Holyfield Thursday night."
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | April 11, 1992
LAS VEGAS -- When you visit a foreign country for the first time, you see the sights, right?Not heavyweight Alex Stewart, who takes on George Foreman tonight in a scheduled 10-rounder to be televised by HBO from the Thomas & Mack Center. He hardly ever left his hotel room during the five days he was in Poland for his most recent bout, a three-round technical knockout of Joe Christjohn on Feb. 22. That fight was staged in Katowice, just outside Warsaw."Wasn't anything to see as far as I could tell," said Stewart, who is 28-3 with 28 knockouts.
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